Mission & History

"building respect, appreciation, and stewardship within the Web of Life."

The Web of Life Field (WOLF) School is a residential environmental education organization dedicated to providing outdoor educational experiences for students and teachers.  Since 1989, the WOLF School has worked with dedicated teachers and staff to enrich the lives of children through a unique variety of environmental education programs that inspire and engage participants at our Northern California campuses.  Our programs annually serve up to 5,000 students from diverse backgrounds.  WOLF School works in partnership with United Camps, Conferences and Retreats (UCCR), a private 503(c) non-profit camp and conference management organization.

From our traditional Residential Outdoor Science Camp program to our Gold Rush Living History program, WOLF School’s lessons, activities, and discoveries are designed to provide opportunities for teachers to enhance classroom learning and for students to gain knowledge, awareness, and respect of their environment, their community, and themselves.

We continually strive to make WOLF School available to all children.  Learn how you can help support WOLF School!

 Here is a sneak peak into a week at WOLF School!